We at VNA are honored to be selected as Healthcare Organization of the Year by DCEO at their recent Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Awards 2021. Every group nominated for this award played a critical role in keeping our community safe and serving the most vulnerable.
VNA’s dedicated board and compassionate staff members continue to work tirelessly amidst this pandemic to care for and protect those we serve—the homebound, the elderly and those suffering from serious illness. Without a doubt, this has been one of the most challenging obstacles we will ever face as we care for seniors in North Texas. Even in the face of these many challenges, VNA has, above all else, continued to provide hot meals to seniors and compassionate, comprehensive hospice and palliative care for those facing serious illness and support for their family caregivers. Moving forward we are faced with a new reality that changes every day, but our commitment to the North Texas community has not changed. VNA remains steadfast in serving our most vulnerable, working to ensure that no senior is left hungry or alone, no patient is left uncomfortable or in pain, and no family is left without support in the midst of managing serious illness during a global crisis.
We cannot do our important work without the generous support of the community through volunteer service and financial support. Also, we are able to fulfill our mission through impactful partnerships with so many community groups. Serving our most vulnerable neighbors together, we can strive to build a healthier, stronger community. We are honored to receive this award and to serve North Texas.